Indiana University Health Foundation announced this week that seven people have joined its board. Board members provide strategic guidance in harnessing the power of philanthropy to support the Indiana University Health goal of making Indiana one of the nation’s healthiest states. They also work to increase public awareness of the Foundation and ensure that philanthropic gifts are well managed.
The new board members are:
Gina Giacone, an attorney and partner at Ice Miller. Giacone focuses her work on corporate, governance and tax issues for tax-exempt entities; gift, estate and trust taxation; estate planning; estate and trust administration; and charitable giving. Giacone also served on the board of the Methodist Hospital Foundation, which is the precursor to the IU Health Foundation.
Crystal Hinson Miller, chief philanthropy officer for IU Health and president of IU Health Foundation. Prior to joining IU Health in 2017, Miller spent 20 years building and expanding academic and health care philanthropic operations, most recently as associate dean for advancement at the University of North Carolina’s Gillings School of Global Public Health and executive director of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Public Health Foundation, Inc.
Stephen G. Moore, MD, president and CEO of CarDon & Associates, based in Bloomington, Indiana. A graduate of the IU School of Medicine, Moore has for 18 years led the company that owns, operates or manages 21 communities for seniors throughout Indiana. Moore and his wife are also founding donors of The Moore Center for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Dennis Murphy, president and CEO of IU Health. Murphy joined IU Health in 2013 as chief operating officer and has led IU Health as it builds a larger market role in value-based care, enhanced outpatient care networks, telemedicine and population health measures. Murphy has spent his career at academic health centers, with previous administrative positions at Northwestern Medicine, University of Chicago Medicine, and Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Anne Nobles, chair, IU Health board of directors. Nobles retired from Eli Lilly and Company after a 22-year career, where she last served as senior vice president of enterprise risk management and chief ethics and compliance officer. She has served on the IU Health board since 2011 and as chair since 2014. An active community leader, she also serves on the boards of Citizens Energy Group and the Indiana Chapter of The Nature Conservancy.
William R. “Bill” Ringo, Jr., retired healthcare and biotechnology executive. Among his accomplishments, Ringo was a senior advisor to Barclays Healthcare Group; executive in residence at Warburg Pincus and Sofinnova Ventures; president and CEO of Abgenix, Inc.; senior vice president of business development, strategy and innovation at Pfizer Inc.; and president of groups at Eli Lilly and Company including oncology and critical care, internal medicine, and infectious diseases.
Deborah Tobias, retired technology executive and co-founder, with her husband, of the Tobias Family Foundation. Following a 20-year career at several Silicon Valley companies, including Stratacom and Cisco, Tobias retired in 2001 as director of sales operations London for Juniper Networks. She formerly served on the board of the Methodist Hospital Foundation, and remains an active volunteer for her alma mater, the University Of Dayton, and Tindley Accelerated Schools and the Red Cross Tiffany Circle.
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